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Learn more about living with a meter on your house so you can feel confident your meter
communicates your electricity information safely, securely, and accurately.
Our meters are tested and certified to be safe for you and your family.
If your meter is not connected to the network, you can read it and submit the reading.
Our network is the critical telecommunications network we use to transmit your electricity data.
It’s a smart meter’s job to communicate and enable automated meter reads.
When a meter is not communicating, we have to physically read it the old fashioned way.
Depending on your type of service, you may have a different type of meter installed. Different metering configurations are used to measure electrical properties such as how much energy you use, when you use it, your peak power requirements, and generation of power.